Dallas Kicks Off Obama The First 100 Days National Tour

Dwayne Horner
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Posted: Apr 28, 2009 2:57 PM

Michael Medved, Mike Gallagher, Hugh Hewitt and Texas Governor Rick Perry Kickoff 12 City National Tour of Obama The First 100 Days.

Every American Presidency has a significant barometer: where is the country after the first 100 days in to a new Administration. Last Night, Dallas/Fort Worth's News Talk 660 KSKY kicked of Salem Radio Network's National Tour of Obama the First 100 Days.

There is a tremendous amount of angst, and anger, in America after a expeditious move away from individual freedoms to governmental control. This feeling has caused Americans who haven't been part of the political process to come out and voice their opinions which is why over 2000 people came out on a Monday night to hear America's leading conservative voices talk about bailouts, socialism, an ever-expanding government, trillion dollar deficits, and even tea-parties and how they are moving political debate.

John Hanlon has posted some event photos from Dallas here more can be found at KSKY.com. Blog Editor

The event began with retired Air Force Captain Scott O'Grady, the American Hero who was shot down over Bosnia, leading the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance. Thus began the fun as Texas Governor Rick Perry joined Mike Gallagher, Michael Medved, and Hugh Hewitt on stage for a roundtable discussion led by questions submitted by KSKY listeners on-line leading up to the event.

When these events come to a market near you, this is a can't miss opportunity to be a part of an historic series. At each event, you will have the opportunity to subscribe to Townhall Magazine. For tickets, go to townhall.com/100days.


Texas Governor Rick Perry, Mike Gallagher, Michael Medved,
and Hugh Hewitt at the  National Kickoff in Dallas of Obama,
The First 100 Days.


Governor Perry Twittering During the Event!


Governor Perry visiting with KSKY Listeners during the VIP
dinner behind stage.